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Last updated on 1/23/20

Check Your Knowledge About Representing Variables

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Evaluated skills

  • Represent the Different Types of Variables
  • Question 1

    A qualitative variable can be:

    • either categorical or ordinal

       

    • either categorical or continuous

    • either discrete or ordinal

    • either discrete or continuous

  • Question 2

    The variable "Juice Size" has the following categories: “small,” “medium,” and “large". This variable is, therefore:

    • Ordinal

       

    • Categorical

       

    • Discrete

    • Continuous 

  • Question 3

    Color 

    Occurence

    Frequency

    Percentage

    Blue 

    39

    0.27857

    27.9

    Red

    56

    0.40

    40

    Green

    21

     

     

    Yellow

    24

    0.1714

    17.1

     A candy company claims that for any given box of their candy, there is never fewer than 13% of each color. Being the scientist you are, you decide to investigate their claim.

    What is the frequency and percentage of the color Green?

    • 1.135484 (113.5%)

    • 0.15 (15%)

    • 0.21 (21%)